We stayed at Tyrell Bay Hide Away for two weeks.It was in a secluded location, which was nice, we certainly enjoyed the wildlife. From goats, frogs, lizards and even a snake. (that was dealt with quickly)
Jeanette was a very good host, on our day of arrival she had made us fresh bread, which helped us greatly which meant we did not have to hurry out to get some.
Jeanrette was there if we needed anything, other than that we enjoyed the seclusion and location. The studio is as it is described, the only criticism would be it could do with a toaster. I am sure Jeanette will sort that out.
The studio is located on a hillside, It is not suitable for the less mobile. I struggled a few times with the fence climb. Even walking up around the driveway I found it hard work. You will need a torch at night as it is quite dark and you don't want to walk on the frogs.